They Came to Blow up America

Overview

In this provocative WW II drama, an American agent sneaks into a Nazi spy ring to learn the identities of certain double-agents. The hero works for the FBI, but was born in Germany and speaks the language like a native. First he assumes a dead spy's identity and in that guise, contacts the Nazi superiors. He is then placed aboard a U-boat and sent to the US. Things go well until his cover is blown. Fortunately, he manages to escape. He then is forced to appear in a lengthy court case to help convict the ...
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Overview

In this provocative WW II drama, an American agent sneaks into a Nazi spy ring to learn the identities of certain double-agents. The hero works for the FBI, but was born in Germany and speaks the language like a native. First he assumes a dead spy's identity and in that guise, contacts the Nazi superiors. He is then placed aboard a U-boat and sent to the US. Things go well until his cover is blown. Fortunately, he manages to escape. He then is forced to appear in a lengthy court case to help convict the treacherous spies.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/20/2012
  • UPC: 024543810742
  • Original Release: 1943
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  • Source: Fox Mod
  • Presentation: B&W / Full Frame
  • Time: 1:13:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 5,088

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
George Sanders Carl Steelman
Anna Sten Frau Reiker
Ward Bond Craig
Dennis Hoey Col. Taeger
Sig Rumann Dr. Herman Baumer
Ludwig Stossel Julius Steelman
Robert H. Barrat Capt. Kranz
Poldy Dur Helga Lorenz
Ralph Byrd Heinrich Burkhardt
Elsa Janssen Mrs. Henrietta Steelman
Rex Williams Eichner
Charles McGraw Zellerbach
Sven Hugo Borg Cmdr. Houser
Kurt Katch Schonzeit
Otto Reichow Fritz
André Charlot Zugholtz
Arno Frey Kranz's Aide
Sam Wren Jones
Etta McDaniel Theresa
Peter Michael Gertzer
Dick Hogan Coast Guardsman
Lisa Golm Saleslady
Wolfgang Zilzer Schlegel
John Banner Gestapo
Ruth Brady Secretary
Egon Brecher Kirschner
Frederick Brunn
Lane Chandler Reynolds
Albert D'Arno German Soldier
John Epper Dispatch Rider
Frederick Giermann
Eula Guy Anne the Nurse
George Lynn Herman
Torben Meyer Gottwald
Forbes Murray Diplomat
John Mylong German Officer
Fred Nurney Ernest Teiker
Hugh Prosser FBI Man
Walter Sande Boatswain's Mate
Arthur Space
David Cross Col. Taeger's Aide
Bob Stephenson Sentry
Charles Tannen Smith
Bruce Warren
Pierre Watkin
William Yetter Jr.
Sigurd Tor Holtzfeld
Technical Credits
Edward Ludwig Director
Lucien Andriot Cinematographer
Nick De Maggio Editor
Hugo W. Friedhofer Score Composer
Michel Jacoby Original Story
John Ewing Art Director
Thomas K. Little Set Decoration/Design
Lee Marcus Producer
Emil Newman Musical Direction/Supervision
Fred Sersen Special Effects
Aubrey Wisberg Screenwriter
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